Minister Nawab Malik has got a big setback from the Bombay High Court. The court has rejected Malik’s plea for interim relief. In his petition, Malik had termed the action taken by the ED on him as illegal. The court’s decision has also increased the difficulties for the government. On the other hand, the silence of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has also raised many questions.
After the court’s decision, the BJP has once again intensified the demand for the resignation of Nawab Malik. Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis said that after the order of the court it is clear that the action taken by the ED on Nawab Malik is correct. He said that the government should tell whether there is any pressure from Dawood on him for not removing Malik from the cabinet.
Nawab Malik included in the cabinet
Three decades ago, on March 12, 1993, bomb blasts were carried out at many places in Mumbai at the behest of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. Even today Mumbai has not been able to forget these wounds. At the same time, Shiv Sena also fiercely opposed Dawood for many years, but today Shiv Sena is caught in political trouble that it is neither swallowing nor spewing it. The Shiv Sena president, who is also the chief minister of the state, includes Nawab Malik in his cabinet, who is accused of having financial links with the Mumbai blasts accused and Dawood’s relatives.
Shivsena is keeping every step bye-bye
It is the compulsion of the NCP to retain Nawab Malik as a minister, through which the Muslim votes of the Congress can be diverted towards itself. At the same time, Shiv Sena also knows very well that after going with secularist parties, Hindutva votes can slip away from Shiv Sena, in such a situation, these votes can be compensated by Muslim votes, perhaps that’s why Shiv Sena is taking every step at the moment. Is keeping.
On the pretext of supporting the Nawab Malik, the polarization of Muslim vets is increasing in the state. The party which gets the bonus of Muslim votes along with their respective vote banks, will be able to breathe a sigh of relief in the upcoming local body elections, it is clear.
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